6.29 Aim of Belief

Keywords: society, transparency, deliberation, normative, norm, norms, contrast, inquiry, judgement, aim, class, conceptual, concept, explained, considerations

Number of Articles: 43
Weighted Number of Articles: 40.56816

Characteristic Articles

  1. Alexander Miller (2008) “Thoughts, Oughts And The Conceptual Primacy Of Belief” Analysis 68:234-238.
  2. Nishi Shah (2006) “A New Argument For Evidentialism” The Philosophical Quarterly 56:481-498.
  3. Pascal Engel (2013) “Doxastic Correctness” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (Supplementary Volume) 87:199-216.
  4. Seyed Ali Kalantari and Michael Luntley (2013) “On The Logic Of Aiming At Truth” Analysis 73:419-422.
  5. Nishi Shah (2003) “How Truth Governs Belief” Philosophical Review 112:447-482.
  6. Asbjørn Steglich-Petersen (2010) “The Truth Norm And Guidance: A Reply To Glüer And Wikforss” Mind 119:749-755.
  7. Kathrin Glüer and Åsa Wikforss (2010) “The Truth Norm And Guidance: A Reply To Steglich-Petersen” Mind 119:757-761.
  8. Anthony Ellis (1995) “Thomson On Distress” Ethics 106:112-119.
  9. Asbjørn Steglich-Petersen (2006) “No Norm Needed: On The Aim Of Belief” The Philosophical Quarterly 56:499-516.
  10. Nishi Shah and J. David Velleman (2005) “Doxastic Deliberation” Philosophical Review 114:497-534.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. Fred I. Dretske (1970) “Epistemic Operators” Journal of Philosophy 67:1007-1023. (0.479606)
  2. Nishi Shah and J. David Velleman (2005) “Doxastic Deliberation” Philosophical Review 114:497-534. (0.999873)
  3. Nishi Shah (2006) “A New Argument For Evidentialism” The Philosophical Quarterly 56:481-498. (0.892802)
  4. Asbjørn Steglich-Petersen (2006) “No Norm Needed: On The Aim Of Belief” The Philosophical Quarterly 56:499-516. (0.9997422)